Oakland, CA, US 94608 · 61 photos
Located in Pacific Heights, this remodel restored a neglected townhouse through careful observation and meticulous detailing. Virtually every aspect of the building is rebuilt into a coherent set of rooms, including a live-in apartment and an entertainment room. Some of the features include, leaded glass windows, custom chandeliers, mahogany countertops in the bathrooms, museum quality recessed lighting, and custom millwork profiles throughout. To open up the spaces and provide light to the middle of the building, skylights were installed and walls removed. The fifth story upper deck with a view of downtown is supported by two steel beams spanning the width of the building.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Where a true skylight can't be installed it may be possible to create the look of a skylight using a strong window. In this case, the placement of the window at the top of the stairs serves much the same purpose as a stairway skylight.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
added by Merena Johnson
to new house
(13 months ago)
railing and stairs
added by renovation
(2 years ago)
dark rail & white spindles
Cream paint with the black handrail
Awesome lights around stairwell
þarna er góð hugmynd af handriði
added by Rachel Allard
(3 years ago)
lights in middle of stairway
something similar (with better lights) for entry way?
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